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“A Mother is a Mother Always”

A Mother is a Mother Always. by ~ Anita Joyce Skocz   In memory of of Elizabeth “Libby” Skocz, my mother,  1921 – 2011    I remember sitting in my appointed place in St. Ignatius School waiting for class to … Continue reading

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✨Reading & Pondering Today 4-17✨

“The Voice of Fear insists that the challenges you have gone through permanently scarred you. And the cost of listening to your fear can probably be most clearly seen in the patterns that plague you, whether they be repetitive cycles … Continue reading

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Reading & Pondering Today 10-22

“God and I are one. God is my source, who continues to fill me with His nurturance and love. I am never without His sustenance, for in every moment He pours into me His divine elixir. Every cell within me … Continue reading

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Reading & Pondering Today 6-1

“I seek to be the best friend I can be to those who have befriended me. How often I take for granted the love that is shown me by my friends. I’m reminded today that our mortal lives are not … Continue reading

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“Dove in the Doorway” Part III

Part III I flashed back to the moving scenes I watched as a child on television of Our Lady of Lourdes, and I began to envision all of us this day connected by invisible strings of compassion, love, peace, joy … Continue reading

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Soul Food. 5-29

“We think we authored God, rather than realizing that He authored us. The Course says we have an ‘authority problem.’ Rather than accepting that we are the loving beings that He created, we have arrogantly thought that we could create … Continue reading

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Soul Food. 5-22

Practicing courage, compassion, and connection in our daily lives is how we cultivate worthiness. The key word is practice. Mary Daly, a theologian, writes, “Courage is like—it’s a habitus, a habit, a virtue: You get it by courageous acts. It’s … Continue reading

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